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T-Mobile's Free Roaming Plan: The Catches
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anon9074488647
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4/22/2014 | 11:23:36 PM
re: T-Mobile's Free Roaming Plan: The Catches
6 weeks out of US consecutively is the limit before they cancel your entire service.
mrao30001
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10/10/2013 | 6:50:04 PM
re: T-Mobile's Free Roaming Plan: The Catches
Exactly. But this helps until you get to a place to buy a local SIM card. I also use Vonage. Which has free calls to all the places I travel. When I get a local SIM, I have my US Vonage number forward the call to my local SIM.
AndyF805
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10/10/2013 | 4:45:30 PM
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I prefer having an unlocked phone that supports GSM/EDGE/HSPA. You just buy a SIM card from the host country and you're set. No crazy fees.
Lorna Garey
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10/10/2013 | 3:56:13 PM
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Is there any limit on frequency of trips? For example, if someone wants to use this multiple times a month, at some point is T-Mobile going to cut you off?


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